Academy Award Favorite

Last year in May, Phil Borges was a keynote speaker at the Women’s Funding Network‘s 2012 Summit: Women, Economics and Peace, in Los Angeles. We brought Phil’s exhibition: Stirring the Fire: a global movement towards gender neutrality to the conference … Continue reading

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Update from Kids with Cameras

Almost ten years ago, I was introduced to a young struggling photographer, Zana Briski, who had lived in and photographed the life of a brothel in Kolkata, India, getting to know the sex workers and their children, Untouchables, over an … Continue reading

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Brooks’ concern for welfare of World Heritage Site

In 1996 Ernest Brooks II dove and photographed in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.   Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, is located in the middle of the Sulu Sea and encompasses nearly 247,000 acres of marine habitat, … Continue reading

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International Wetlands Day – The Great Marsh

A Special Guest Post by Dorothy Kerper Monnelly, photographer and wetland activist for The Great Marsh, MA.   The Massachusetts Great Marsh has become my ”visual center” since moving to Ipswich, Massachusetts forty years ago. Little did I realize, when … Continue reading

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